EAW Resolution v2.3

EAW has announced an update of its Resolution loudspeaker system simulation software to v2.3, bringing Spatial Equalization, improved Air Loss Compensation and a Preset Recall function.

The Spatial Equalization (EQ) feature allows users to equalise parts of a loudspeaker system coverage by selecting the audience areas in which the change is desired and making an adjustment, resulting in tremendous time savings during system set-up.

Spatial EQ eliminates the process typically required of system engineers with traditional arrays, whereby the user must determine which part of the array serves the section of the audience they want to affect, adjust, re-check to see if the effect has been achieved or if there have been negative effects in other sections, and then make further adjustments based on their findings. Because Adaptive Systems have a high transducer resolution, Spatial EQ offers greater precision and accuracy than traditional mechanically-articulated line arrays where adjustments can only be made to entire zones at a time.

The Air Loss Compensation algorithm for Adaptive systems generates significantly greater high-frequency throw while also improving HF consistency throughout the entire venue. Additionally, this feature allows users to optimise the HF response of a system for different situations, trading between headroom, throw and extension, providing up to 12dB of additional HF energy at distances of 300 feet or more from the array.

Users can now store and recall system presets via Resolution for quick access. With this feature, radically different coverage and voicing settings can be recalled within seconds with a few mouse clicks.

‘EAW takes pride in constantly re-examining real-world system usage to continue to find opportunities to improve performance, even long after a product is launched’ says Director of Marketing & Applications Engineering, Adam Shulman. ‘The improved Air Loss Compensation algorithm is one such example. The previous iteration of this technology worked very well, but with Adaptive Systems we found ways to push it even further while using the same hardware and without any added effort or investment from our customers.’

More: http://eaw.com

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